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Pascal Zoghbi

Pascal Zoghbi

Martin Majoor

Martin Majoor

Martin Majoor has been designing type since the mid-1980s. After a student placement at URW in Hamburg, he started in 1986 as a typographic designer in the Research & Development department at Océ-Netherlands. In 1988 he started working as a graphic designer for the Vredenburg Music Centre in Utrecht, for whom he designed the typeface Scala for use in their printed matter. Two years later FSI FontShop International published FF Scala as the first serious text face in the then-new FontFont-Library. In 1993 FF Scala was augmented with a sans-serif version, FF Scala Sans. In the eyes of the...
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Pascal Zoghbi, Arabic Type Designer and Typographer, is the founder of 29letters, an Arabic Type Design and Typography firm in Beirut. His design work ranges from creating new Arabic fonts, corporate identities and print publications. Since 2006, after his graduation from the Type & Media course at The Royal Academy of Arts in The Netherlands with a Master of Design, Pascal was involved in an impressive collection of new Arabic type design projects. He has created contemporary Arabic fonts for leading Middle Eastern Newspapers (Emarat Al Youm, AlWatan & Al Rouiah), urban places (Ibn Battuta Mall, Madinat Jumeirah, Abu Dhabi Airport Terminal 3, Abu Dhabi Embassy in USA), art events & magazines (ContempArabia & Alef Magazine), software (Droid from Google) and several other companies. He developed Arabic corporate identities for Oryx Magazine, Middle East International Film Festival MEIFF, Viceroy Hotel Group, Jabria Industrial, Rashid Family, Desert Adventures, ContempArabia, Foo Solutions, Focus Art Gallery and several others. Since 2006, Pascal took part of the Typographic Matchmaking 01 and 02 projects organized by The Khatt Foundation. He has been teaching typography course at graphic design schools in Lebanon at Lebanese American University LAU, Notre Dame University NDU and American University of Beirut AUB since 2006. He frequently gives lectures and workshops about Arabic type and typography and he runs a blog about Arabic type and typography.

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